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Australia's fashionable food shops

With women now accounting for the majority of fast food consumption (56%) in Australia, waistlines are expanding. In response, there's growing demand for healthier, more fashionable alternatives that, in the words of Australian health food shop Skinny Kitchen, "don't suck."

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